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Roll up, roll up for circus, beer, science and rugby this Autumn in Bristol

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Circus City Festival Bristol

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Oct
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31
Oct
Roll up, roll up
During October, Bristol’s innovative Circus City Festival will be celebrating and exploring Bristol’s place as a hot bed of amazing circus activity and talent.

There’s an eclectic mix of circus performances incorporating dance, theatre, comedy and puppetry, taking place across the whole city both indoors and outdoors.
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Stay at Future Inns Cabot Circus, located close to the main shopping district and the home of circus in Bristol, Portland Square. 
Eat at The Phoenix Pub, grab some proper home cooked food at one of Bristol's heritage pubs after a day of circus merriment. 
Encounters Festival

15
Sept
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20
Sept
Short but sweet
Bristol is a world leader in short film and animation and home to Encounters, Europe’s leading short film festival. It offers a gateway to the likes of the BAFTAS, Oscars and European Film awards.

Through stimulating and unique events, Encounters showcases cutting edge programming and celebrates amazing talent from all over the world.
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Stay at the Marriott Royal Hotel, in Victorian splendour in the heart of the city and a moments walk from Encounters home, Watershed.
Eat at The Stable, right next door to Watershed and serving organic sourdough pizzas and more cider choices than you can shake an apple branch at.
Rugby World Cup

18
Sept
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31
Oct
Bristol has Rugby World Cup fever
The world has been waiting with bated breath for the kick-off of the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England and in Bristol we are no different. Bristol is ideally located for the Gloucester, Exeter and Cardiff matches and will make a perfect base to stop and soak up some rugby fever.

Plus, we'll guide you on where to eat and drink, where to stay and where you can watch matches on the largest indoor screen in the UK whilst nibbling on Michelin-starred chef cooked food.
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Stay at Novotel Bristol Centre, a comfortable hotel that's only a very short walk from Bristol's main train station, Bristol Temple Meads. 
Eat at Three Brothers Burgers, perfect post-match grub of burgers, hot-dogs, shakes and beer served aboard a boat in Bristol's floating harbour. 
Bristol Bright Night

25
Sept
Robots, glowing bacteria & DNA daiquiris
Bristol Bright Night is a Friday night celebration of research and science in a hands-on way like no other. Meet robots, find out what a DNA daiquiri is and how your brain helps you to speak.

You’ll be able to chat to researchers who are working on projects right now, laugh at the lighter side of science with stand-up comedy and catch some exciting street theatre too.
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